Piramide Inn | Established Campground

Mexico

WARNING: THIS PLACE IS PERMANENTLY CLOSED!

Details

Last Visited: 8 months ago
GPS: 20.69330, -88.58275
Altitude: 39.3 masl
Place Website: www.piramideinn.com/www/
Phone:

Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: No
Toilets: No
Big Rig Friendly: No
Tent Friendly: No
Pet Friendly: Yes
Sanitation Dump Station: Unknown

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Description

Big cement areas with covered palapas are in the back of this hotel. You have to park out front and walk all your things to the back. (For TENT camping). The wifi was good, but didn't reach much past the lobby. They have a restaurant but it was closed when we were there. (still clised 1/19)

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Tom Tourer: 5.6.2021. The hotel has changed hands and ordered its place no longer available. Unfriendly staff. This place is closed

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Easy to get to. Owner was friendly and helpful. Beautiful grounds. Wish the pool was maintained we wanted to swim but decided not to.

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Easy to get to. Owner was friendly and helpful. Beautiful grounds. Wish the pool was maintained better - we wanted to swim but decided not to.

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Arrived at 11 AM and paid 200 peso’s to stay until the next day (we’re a couple sleeping in a van). You’ll park at a grassy area between the road and the hotel. We were the only guests and had the big pool to ourselves. It was all a little bit dirty though, got access to a room to use shower and toilet. Wifi didn’t work. Owner is really friendly and speaks better English than Spanish.

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Great place! Nice Pool!

200 pesos for 2 persons in truck camper and using all facilities. 24h reception

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Good place to stop. Has power if you run an extension cord to the inside. Walking distance to chichen iza and town. Cute little town. Very touristy.

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On vous gare le long de la rue principale, sans services c'est cher payé. Nous ne sommes pas restés

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Great location! There’s an easy walking path to the ruins,and you can walk to town, too. Carol & John who run the place are super friendly and helpful. There’s a Mayan ruin on site, and a big pool where you can actually swim. I’ve stayed here several times. It does have the feeling of days gone by - so does my vintage camper, so we fit right in. 😉

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200 pesos la nuit en Van pour 2 personnes avec électricité, wifi, piscine, douche, toilette. On se gare sur l’herbe, sur le devant gauche de l’hôtel. L’hôtel est face à la route, beaucoup de passage voiture en journée, un peu moins la nuit mais ça reste bruyant...
Correct pour une nuit.

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As others have said, the Piramide Inn is a bit past its prime, and yes there is a plethora of cats. But the staff are very nice, it's walking distance to the ruins, and the bathrooms were clean.

During our visit, the restaurant was closed, and the pool was a little grimey, as others have mentioned. The wifi was decent, but only in the lobby. We didn't try the showers.

My girlfriend and I paid MXN$100 to sleep in our SUV in the front, beside the highway. We both slept well. The road noise wasn't that bad at all with earplugs in.

For the price, we'd stay again for sure.

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super place with great swimming pool, we payd 200mex for parking and electric.
park in front of the cabines. walk thru de building for the swimmingpool, the baño and the showers.
Nice women , the owner.
the name piramide inn is verry correct .They have there own piramid on the property!

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550 for 2 people and a king size bed! swimming pool was awesome after a HOT day. Recommended. Rooms were quiet (in the back facing the pool), but camping in your rig would be right by the road.

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Walking distance from Chichis Ista . You park in the car park of the hotel it gets quiet after 10 pm . Not great but will do

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150MX per night; no hookup. RV camping is in front of the far building, past the restaurant, and on the main road. Carol, the owner, is very accommodating. Her father built the inn 50 years ago. Pool out back is great to relax beside but we didn't take a swim. Bathrooms behind the pool or at the lobby. Wifi was great, but only at the lobby so we watched a football (soccer) game and got caught up on emails. Road noise didn't bother us.

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A hotel that good times have passed... 150 MXN/night for two without electricity (would have been 50 MEX more). You have to park directly at the main road (the free state road MEX 180 between Valladolid and Merida) which is quite noisy during day and night. Cold showers, WiFi only in the lobby. Uncountable cats and the pool looked that we didn't want to have a bath... But just 20-25 minutes per feet to the ruins of Chichen Itza.

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M$150 for mo electricity and flush toilets available with cold showers. Wifi in hotel reception only. Camping is in the parking spaces in front of hotel. There were only a few customers so tons of parking available. We were here low season so unsure of availability during high season. Pretty run-down hotel though.

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150 pesos/night. Noisy road, but overall a decent spot super close to the ruins. We parked right outside the lobby and picked up the wifi in our van. Loved the 60s/70s resort vibe of the pool & garden area out back for relaxing by in the morning (not swimming). Wish they kept up the place a bit better. It must have been fabulous during its prime! So many fruit trees!

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We checked in during the afternoon and since we were traveling in a convoy with two other groups, we were able to negotiate a slight discount. I believe it cost 200 Peso per vehicle, and they did have electricity to offer. The Camping was not out back as another post had mentioned, but right on the front lawn on the end of the facility closest to the ruins. Although it was right out front, it was surprisingly quiet in the evening. They had bathrooms and showers to offer, and the pool out back as well. A Lime and Avocado tree out back kept us supplied with a couple extra snacks throughout the evening. The place has a lot of Cats - I think I counted 14 on one walk, so there are very few big bugs around. The Wifi was only available right at the main lobby which was a bummer, but we had good company instead of internet to keep us entertained. It is also a short walk (about 1 km) to the ruins and very doable, but recommended to go in the morning. The Ruins reminded me of Disneyland as you couldnt leave without buying something from a mouse-ka-teer (The vendors).

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If you sleep in the car you may not like the fact that you're right next to the road. But it he traffic is not too bad at night since the road goes only to the ruins. We hiked to the ruins and left our truck here for the day. The place has seen better days. It seems to be deserted but it had nice avocados and limes in the garden.

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Big cement areas with covered palapas are in the back of this hotel. You have to park out front and walk all your things to the back. The wifi was good, but didn't reach much past the lobby. They have a restaurant but it was closed when we were there.

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We camped on the parking lot only seperated from the road by a hedge . Extremely loud during the night because of a Tope forcing the noisy trucks into braking and accelerating. Beautiful pool area. Short walk to the ruins.

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